Congratulations 2022 EPA Funding Winners – EPA Clean School Bus Program
IC Bus® supports Cumberland International in educating customers on funding opportunities for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean School Bus Program. The federal rebate program has allotted $5 billion over the next five years to replace current school buses with alternative fuel or electric vehicle (EV) models. Through customer education and grant writing support, IC Bus has helped more than 230 school districts – many of which are in high-need or low-income areas – take their first step toward electrification.
Ashley Scurlock, (Cumberland’s Bus Account Manager), has been a huge ambassador in this effort. She traveled across the state meeting with school boards, transportation directors and district superintendents to educate them and answer all the questions they had surrounding electric buses. Ashley worked with 19 customers and identified nearly 60 eligible buses for the EPA Clean School Bus Program rebate funding.
Tennessee Winners Announced
The EPA just announced the first wave of grant funding. Congratulations to the Tennessee school districts on being awarded funding in the initial round of the EPA Rebate Program.
- Athens City Schools
- Benton County Schools
- Dickson County Schools
- Johnson County Schools
- McNairy County Schools
- Paris City Schools
- Putnam County Schools
- Shelby County Schools
- Union County Schools
- Wayne County Schools
- Weakly County Schools
The Cumberland Team, Ashley Scurlock, and IC Bus are excited to support our customers through the electrification journey.
Additionally, we are poised to support future rounds of grant funding.
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